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Anarchist groups claim responsibility for letter bomb

FAI also linked to shooting of nuclear company CEO last May

Anarchist groups claim responsibility for letter bomb

Genoa, April 12 - The Informal Anarchist Federation (FAI) together with the International Revolutionary Front (Fri) have claimed responsibility for a letter bomb delivered to the La Stampa newspaper offices in Turin on Tuesday. In a letter to the Genoa daily Secolo XIX Friday the groups said that they had sent the device that was wired to explode. The Italian newspaper offices were evacuated after police specialists determined the package was not a hoax, and contained explosives that were primed to blow when opened. Last May, members of FAI attacked and shot in the legs the CEO of the Ansaldo nuclear power company, Roberto Adinolfi, as he left his Genoa home to go to work. Italian anti-terrorist police investigating the group's message said that the letter bomb was 'dedicated' to two FAI members, Alfredo Cospito and Nicola Gai, who were arrested in September for the kneecapping of Adinolfi.

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